Fall Class Session at cone 10 studios
Fall session classes at cone 10 studios begin September 15, 2014. We offer beginning and special topic classes in wheel thrown pottery, handbuilding techniques, and classes for children.
cone 10 studios offers open studio time for student work, and high fire reduction firing. Class sizes are limited to provide space and individual instruction. Course fees include glaze and firing. Clay and beginner’s tools are extra except where indicated. Course fees: $240-280.
Your deposit reserves your place in class. To register, call cone 10 studios at 843-853-3345, or fill out the online registration form and mail fee to:
cone 10 studios
1080-B Morrison Drive
Charleston, SC 29403
Beginning Wheel Throwing and Introduction to Clay
with Stacey Shepanek
September 16 – November 4, fee $240
Monday, 6-8:30pm *FULL*
with Anne John
September 15- November 3, fee $240
This class will cover methods of centering clay and throwing cylinder and bowl forms such as mugs, cups and bowls and fundamentals of hand building techniques. Students will learn how to finish their pots through trimming, decorating and glazing.
Anything but Round!
with Stacy Shepanek and Holly Benton
September 16 – November 4, fee $260
Learn to combine throwing and handbuilding techniques to create fun and dynamic forms. You must be able to throw a cylinder and have fun. Includes clay.
Foot, Rim, Handle
with Ruth Ballou
September 18 – November 6, fee $250
Explore various treatments of the foot and rim, and methods of handle making for the well-crafted pot.
Basic throwing skills required. Class meets for 3 hours for 8 weeks.
with Holly Benton
September 18 – November 13, no class October 16, fee $240(includes clay)
This class focuses on key handbuilding techniques including pinch, coil, and slab construction, plus surface decoration, glazing, and firing.
Ceramic Form and Surface
with Ruth Ballou
Wednesday, 6:00 – 9:00
September 17 – November 12, fee $280
Learn how to integrate a variety of surface decoration techniques and tfundamentals of design on thrown or handbuilt forms. Students must be able to throw or hand build a vessel or bowl. Class meets for 3 hours for 9 weeks.
Children’s Class (4 Weeks)
with Celia Cerasoli
September 15 – October 6, fee $150
Students will learn the art of handbuilding while making fun projects in clay, using pinch and slab methods, and molds. Ages 5-8.